Monday, April 15, 2024

Almond workers to get paid


Share post:

COME May 24, the hundreds of severed employees of Almond Beach Village will start to receive monies due to them now that the hotel has officially closed its doors.
Yesterday several workers congregated at the Heywoods, St Peter resort to collect letters informing them about the dates of their payments.
According to the correspondence, they will receive accrued vacation (if applicable), payment in lieu of notice and holiday pay on May 24. They will receive severance and ex gratia payments on July 15 and retroactive payment on August 31.
The workers also received a second letter which advised that the company would still offer support to severed staff through its Employee Support Syllabus, which will provide training programmes in a variety of areas to assist the former staff during their transition.
Read the full story in today’s MIDWEEK NATION.

Previous article
Next article


Please enter your comment!
Please enter your name here

Related articles

Trump trial: Dozens of jurors rejected as they say they cannot be impartial

Donald Trump's unprecedented criminal trial has begun with half of a group of potential jurors ruled out within...

Political parties lash out at Haiti PM over council limbo

PORT-AU-PRINCE, Haiti (AFP) — The Haitian parties set to form a long-awaited governing council have called for the...

Celtics draw first blood

Underdogs and first-time finalist C.A.M Smart Assurance City United Celtics registered the ideal start, defeating Burger King Clapham...

Digicel appoints Marcelo Cataldo as Group Chief Executive Officer

Kingston, Jamaica - Digicel Group today announced Marcelo Cataldo as its new Group Chief Executive, effective 1st May...